Vertical Vienna

On October 26, 2011 by admin

The new advertising campaign of the Austrian capital – “Vertical Vienna – seen from different angles” was held at Trafalgar Square in London, on a high 21 and 10 meters wide screen. The performers danced four times a day, between 13 and 20.30 hours, with attached lifeline. Among the recreated images, were Austrian Kaiser Franz and his wife Sissy, who appeared at the background of marching music, followed by their guards.

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